Tips & Links for Thailand
On this page we offer some tips and links that may be helpful while planning your trip to Thailand.
The following webpage provides lots of informations about the international airport Suvarnabhumi in Bangkok like arrival procedures,immigration, transportation, departure procedures, flight informations etc.
One of our guests wrote a very intersting report about his time in Khanom.
Our new hit, the Khanom Hill Resort song written and performed by our danish guest Jorgen and his daughter Pi
Visit the first Monkey School in Thailand and let Somjai explain to you how she trains monkeys in 6 month to become a working monkey, picking up coconuts.
Timetables for the VIP 999 busses to Southern Thailand.
The post office to send parcels to oversea or within Thailand moved to level 6. You have to use the glass elevator on level 4, near to check in line Q. On level 6 is also the observation desk. Left … Continued
Buy a thai SIM card for your phone calls, you pay only 1 Baht for domestic calls and if you use 00600 conty code and number it is also only 1 Baht per minute to many countries. DTAC and 12call … Continued
On this web page you can order your train tickets for all over Thailand up to 60 days in advance. General informations and better timetable can be found.
Daughter of Thai Airways. Not recommendable when you come or go directly from a another town in Thailand to Europe, you will need then 5 hours (because they fly from the old airport Don Muang). No problem if you only … Continued
Official homepage of Thai Airways, for flights in Thailand go to domestic.
Domestic airline, mostly cheaper than the others, but not always. They add costs for luggage, seat and convenience fee. Be careful, book your luggage with your booking, otherwise the price will be doubled. Airasia flies from the old airport Don … Continued
Since 2012 there is a shuttle bus between the two airports of Bangkok. There is no transportation fee. It starts 5 am to 10 pm. The busses will stop in front of the arrival areas of the terminals at Suvarnabhumi … Continued